Miscellaneous News Articles for Amy Lyn Hedrick's Family Research

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SNAPP, Lowell D.
The Fresno Bee Republican (Fresno, California) Friday 1 May 1953; pg. 16A col. 4

FAMILIES LEARN MISSING MEN ARE PRISONERS OF REDS

            SAN FRANCISCO—AP—The families of four west coast servicemen, previously reported as missing in action, have learned they are alive and healthy in North Korean prison camps.
            The previously unreported men are on a list of 40 provided by two Canadian repatriates.  They are:
            Private First Class Walter Reynolds, 20, San Pablo.
            Allan Damron, 18, Tujunga.
            Private Lowell Snapp, 23, Merill, Ore.
            Larry McIntosh, Tacoma, Wash.  “Thank God,” said Mrs. Ervin Snapp when she heard of her son’s condition.  “We had never given up hope.”
            “I’m tickled to death,” said Roscoe McIntosh, brother of Larry McIntosh.
            Another brother of a captured American was glad to receive the information.  Samuel Reynolds learned for the first time his brother Walter was a prisoner.

 

 

 

 

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